FontView 1.1 Description:
Text on your computer might be just a default thing Windows comes with, but there’s an entire art and architecture related to fonts. Windows keeps them in a special folder, and the more you have installed, the less chances to encounter unreadable text. To view them, you can simply use applications like FontView. Once launched, the main window shows up and instantly starts to display all fonts installed on your computer. You might want to find a suitable position on the screen, because every minor interaction forces the application to update the list, having a rather disturbing flicker effect on fonts, and also slightly affecting functionality, but this mostly depends on the amount of fonts installed. There’s a side scroll bar you’re sure to use if you want to see all of them. However, scrolling has the same update effect, so you need to frequently pause. By default, fonts are shown in multiple columns, and there’s even a slider to choose the density. On the other hand, setting the value too high can make text overlap and difficult to read.